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SHEjSTANDOAH, PA., MONDAY, JULY 27. 1891. ONE CENT. THE SUEEST ROAD TO . WEALTH IS THROUGH LIBERAL ADVERTISING J CONVENTION CALL. To the Republican Electors of Pennsylvania: After consultation ami correspontlenee with the members of the Ilepubltcan Ulate Committee, and by their direction, I hereby give notice that inn Jtiepuuilcailv nj j-e.tfjii-uriu, uy ubi chosen rejresenlaltves, will meet in State Con vention at llarrisburg, Wednesday, August 19, 1891, at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of plac ing in nomination candidates for the offices of State Treisurer and Auditor General, for the nomination of eighteen candittates for Delegates-at-Large to the Constitutional Convention pro vided for in the Act of Assembly approved June IB, 1891, and for the transaction of such other business as may be presented. Notice is especially directed to the fact that, in accordance with the provisions of the last men tioned act, each Senatorial district is entitled to a representation of three delegates in saul Con stitutional Convention, two of whom only oanbe members of the majority parly in said district. Tlie electors of each district are therefore re quested to make proper nominations for dele gates to said convention, the rides governing the nomination of candidates for S ate Senator to be applicable. In this connection the Chairman desires to call the attention of Ilepubltcan voters to the recom mendation of the State Convention of 18S2, that "they allow the greatest freedom in the general participation in the primaries consistent with the preservation of the parly organization" If!. IT. ANDREWS, Chairman. NEWS OF THE DAY. Yellow fever Is raging In Vera Cruz. Mrs. Annie BcoIlolJ, the oldest restdont -at Stamford, Conn., Is dead, aged Or years. Police statistics show that 130,000 nor. sous are dependant upon chitrity subsis tence in iNapies. The New York State political cam palgn has opened In Washington and Erio counties. Tho Cleveland Democratr are making ctronuous efforts to defoa the Hill contingent. D'vers from the torpedo station at Newport, R. I., have dUcovered In tho. outer harbor tho remains of an undent sunken vessel, supposed to he at least 100 yours old, from which thoy h ivu taken A nalinln nf aims. Thnv hiivn linnvnj the vessel for further search. Maxinio Jean, a prominent contractoi of Fall River, Mass., has been missing for the past few days and it Is said he has left a number of debts behind him, besides tho wages of a number of men who have been working for him remain. lug unpaid. Tho announcement has just been made In London that Miss Murv Lincoln, eldest daughter of tho United Status Minister to Gre.it Britniu, Mr. Robert T. Lincoln, hits entered into an engagement to marry Air. Charles Ishaui of New York. Tin wedding will bo solemnized in Loudon during the coming Autniu. The pros pective bridegioom va, formerly privata secretary to Mr. Lincoln. r- Weather Indication. Washinqto.v, July a7. For Now Euirlnml! Generally fair; stationary temperature, oxcepl ellghtly wanner at Iloatou. southnosi winJs. For Eastern Now oris. Vain statloimrj tcmnoraturp Roiitliwest wind' OIB3STTS per yd for the BEST TABLE OILCLOTH, Bold In other stores for 85c. All floor Oilcloths reduced. Call for bargains C. D. FRICKE'S Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin St, near Centre 2 NEW CARPETS. Keiter is now receiving a neiu Brussels anil Ingrains in HSnEJW OIL Just opened alar ye assortment of Choice New Patterns, in all toidths. IilNOLEUM2 yards wide, AS PEC1AJD BARGAIN IN SYR UP. Tlie Finest Table Syrup we have ever liatl for tlie price. Heavy Hotly, Light Color, Splendid Flavor, Strictly Pure Cane Syrup, Not mixed witu corn syrupnuu uihcubc , v, rICI5 TEN CENTS A QUART. Also a Fair Sugar Syrup at 6 cts. 'Gortlxwestern Daisy.!" Is a high grade Patent FlourMade from choicest Min nesota Wheat. Malees more bread thanlordinary Jhlour. E-A-ST TO OB-A-BIB- Guaranteed Equal in every Hour in the marltet, $6.00 PER BARREL. - Jiov salo only AT KEITER'S. A FURNITURE FACTORY. To Employ From Thirty to Fifty Hands. Mr, EutTOB : I notlco in your paper of tho 21th an article about offering induce tnonts to persons to Btart difloronl kinds of manufacturing industries in your place. Thoro aro several parties that aro looking for a place to dart a factory to manufac ture different kinds of furnituro. I do not think tho parties would ask a bonus, only Sufficient ground along tho railroads for the plant and a loan of $12,000 or 15,000 for from 5 to 7 years at a roasonablo ralo of interest, to bo secured by mortgage and in surance. This business will employ from 30 to CO hands, and perhaps mure. Please lot mo hear from you through your paper,!if satisfactory. Wo moan busi ness. " B, POLITICAL POINTS. Mahanoy City expects to organize a Dem ocratic club. From now on county politics will com mence to sizzlo. "Joo" Nlchtor, of Pottsvillo, wants to try his hand at tho Poor Directorship this yoar again, Tho Chronicle Intimatos that Hon. Charles N. B.umm will bo a candidate for Congrossman-at-Largo next year. Ex-Poor Director George Heffner will bo n candidato boforo tho Republican county convention for his old position. Tho candidacy of John J. Coyle, of Mahanoy City, for delegate to tho Consti tutional Convention, moots with much en couragement. Mr. Coylo is a good Repub lican and a very popular gentloman. Ilore is a good ticket, sugg- sted by a town Democrat, who thinks it can win without half trying perhaps : Judge, John A. Nash, Esq., Pottsville; Sheriff, Job Wool, Pottsviliej Director of the Poor, Josoph Nichtor; Jury Commissioner, Jere miah Seitzinger, Pottsville. Tho announcement thst our townsman, 'Squire Cbarlo3 O. Palmor,' would likely bo a candidate for Sheriff on tho Repub lican ticket, has caused considerable un easiness in Eome circloi. We admit that he would make a formllablo opponent to any of those named by the Domocrats. Mr. I'almer nas not yet consented to an nounce himself. Pictures for Summer Roadorn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated A'ewspaper for tho wcok onding August 1st has special at tractions for summer readers. Ono of iU striking pictures U entitled "Back at tho Old Farm for the Summer :" another depicts "City Folks at a Country Church.' This number has a page of character skolchcs in Washington, drawn by Ilamil ton ; it also illustrates tho visit of the Emporor William to London, and has interesting articles on tho Weather Bureau and tho big trees of California. The load ing editorial contribution Is from tho pen of Miss Mary Proctor, daughter of tho late Richard A. Proctor, tho eminont astrono- mor, andjhas as its subject, "Tho End of tho World." TIIUIK HLOOl) WAS KV1JENTX,Y Ml. I'UKK. St. Paul called the Cretaus "slow bellies, costive, lH-aisnoaed and mischievous." Cactus Wood Cure woul J have remedied all that. Ills of the flesh vanish before pure blood. Scrofulous and speciflo Diooa poisons are now curuuiu. stocUof Tapestry undBo'dy handsome new fall patterns. CLOTHS. . from $1 up. respecl to any Hlgh-prlccd VOYAGE OF LIFE," SEVENTH SERMON ON THE SUB JECT IN THE M. E. OHUROH. HE SHAW MINING MACHINE. Mine Inspector Stoln Has Ono In His Ofllco "What Becomes of tho Garbago? An Exciting Qamo of Base Ball. Tho Foventh of tho ecrios of eormons on the "Voyago of Life" was dolivored last night in tho M. E. church. The toxt was from Prov. 13-20 : ''lie that walkoth with wise men shall bo wiso, but a companion of fools shall be destroyed." Tho subject was Tho Crew." An account was given of tho number of men required to navigalo our large steamships and tho duties they aro required to perform. Tho dut 03 and responsibilities of tho captain and his males wero explained. Then came tho engineers and firemen, of which thoro aro about two hundred. Over fifty furnaces noed to bo fed with coal at tho rate of throo hundred tons a day. The flro rooms look more like tho accounts of tho bottomless pit than any thing else ho had seen. It is a shame that bettor provision is not mado for the comfort of tho firemen, lie had seen them draeged moro dead than alive from thoir quarters. Then thoro are the stewards, cooks, otc., who have charge of tho culinary and sani tary arrangements. They numbor over a hundrod, so that the whole crew musters a little army of about four hundrod. As the safety of tho ship and welfaro of the" passengers depend upon tho skill and care of tho crow, so tho wolfaro of the mariners on tho pea of life depends much upon tho charactor of thoir social crew their companions. "Tho companions of fools shall be dostroyed." Men aro judged by tho company thoy keep, and very justly so. They aro no hotter than their compan ions, or thoy would not associate with them. Wo cannot prevent birds uying ovor our heads, but we can prevent thorn from build ing their nests in our hair. So while wo cannot avoid contact, altogether, with evil men we can refuse to receive thorn into our boBom. Wo need to guard our reputation as well as our charactor, or our usefulness is at an end. AVo should, therefore, avoid thoso of questionable or unsavory reputa- tion. Tho condition of tho wives of, irreverent, profane, lecherous and drunken men was doscribod and att3ntion callod to tho fact that multitudes of marriageable girls aro being led to such a slaughter be cause they wink at lax morals and easy virtue and tippling habits in tho young men from whom they rccoivo attentions. Cajsar's wifo must bo immaculate or suffer eternal ostracism but Ctosar himself may be spoltod all ovor with floshly lusts and social pastiness and be coddlod ior it. No young woman has any guarantee that eho will not become a drunkard's wife unljss she demands as tho price of her oarlicst friend ship total aUtinence from all that can intoxicate. The Eermon, which occupied an hour in delivery, was listened to with the closest attontion by a crowded house. The subject noxt Sunday night will bo "The Pastimes." Machine Received. Mine Inspector Stein has roceivod ono of tho Shaw mi no machines, used for detect ing and measuring gas in air currants, which he has put up in his office for experi menting and inspection. Tho machine is costly, tho price being $500. It is very much liko a pair of delicate scales and is covered by a glass ease 18 inches high by 2 feet square. It differs from ordinary Ecales in that it measures tho quantity instead of weighing it. Tho machine is made of brats and composition and will measure to the ono thousandth part of an Inch. It is not to bo taken into the mines. It romains in tho office of tho mino inspootor. This official gathers tho gas by means of rubber bags, which havo a pnmping apparatus at tached. This can bo pushed up in tho holo where tho gas is the lightest and the bag illlod. Tho idea of tho machine's tests is to find out how near .to tho explosive point tho nir current is charged with gas. Exciting Game. At Lost Creek, on Saturday afternoon, tho bate.ball club of that plaoe crossed bats with tho "Famous" of this town. Many difficult pUys were made, and I'm n tho bo ginning until the last man was declared out tbo spectators never lost interest. The principle foaiuros of the game were tho pitching of Mack and the terriffia halting done by Home. A few costly errors In tho first three innings lost tho gamo to the homo team. Following is tho score: HbenandoaU 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0-S Lost Creels 10 2 0 0 3 0 0X-0 Ob, What a Cough. uui vnn lifitvl thn warnlutr? Tho slenal uei tiniwof the sure approiioti of that more ter rible disease, Consumption. Ask yourselves If you can afford for tho Bake of saving B cents, to run the risk and do nothing for It, We know from experleuce that Hhiloh'i Oiu 9 will Cure your Cough. It never falls. This explains why moro than a Million iiotiles were sold tho past year. It relieves Croup and Whopping Cougb at once Mothers do not be without it. Kor Luoie Baca, Bids or Cuest, usabblloh's Porous Master. Bold by a il. UagonbucU, N $. wruer Main and Uoyd streets. (i PERSONAL. Mrs.Jano Grant visited Frackvillo yester day. Miss Mattio Griffiths, of town, is visiting frlonds at Gordon. Watt. Watklns, of Jit. Carmol, was in town on Saturday, II. E, Dangler and wifo aro visiting friends in Pittston. Georgo Folmor, Sr., wont with the ex cursion to Niagara Fallson Saturday, Arthur Richards, of Royorsford, circu lated among town friands yostorday. Mrs. Rich, of Ashland, is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. J. F. Finnoy. F. J. Portz and Max Roose made u fly ing trip to Ilazleton yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones, of town, circulated among Pottsvillo friends yester day. William Dettrey lea for Mt, Carmol to day to attend tho funeral of his brothor's child. Walter McGuinnos, who is at pro ont stationed at Shamokin, ppont Sunday in town with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Sneddon, of Woi-t Lloyd street, spent Sunday in Mt. Carmol, tho guests of relatives. John C. Soltzir, manager of Swift'B Chicago moat market at Ilazleton, trans acted business hero Saturday evening. Miss Annio Midgoly, of St. Clair, noic of Mrs. T. J. Davis, of South Whitostreet, is spending a few days as the guest of the latter. Mr. and Mr. James S lliman, of Maha noy City, spent a fow hours in town on Sunday at tho residonco of tho lattor's paronti. Mrs. E. O. Iirobst and son, after spend ing sovoral days tho past week at tho parontal mansion in Minorsyille, returned to town yesterday. Rudolph and Clayton Swank, formerly of town, but now of llluefle d, W. Va., arrived in town yostorday and will spend a few weeks hore with their former ass ciates. What Becomes of tho Garbage ? Mn. Editor : Can you answor tho above question ? Iain unacqualntoJ with any town that approaches Shonatidoih in eizo which is so utterly destitute of any public, effort to roliovo housekeepers oi thoir garbago. We havo a wholo deca logue of prohibitions on tho subjoct wo cannot put it here, and woohftll nob ,,u. l. moro, ana woo ootiue us it wo throw it yonder. In tho namo of common senso, what shall we do with it? Wo cannot oat it. We don't want to burn It lost it put our fires out or mako our housi to stink. If wo wero having an old fashionod summer with the tharemometor singing its song of ninety -and-nino wo should surely havo pestilence, With such a heterogenous population of various degrees of cleanliness and unelean- liness our present mode of dealing with this question is a monace to tho public hoalth. It places a premium on tho habit of hiding it away in somo nook or corner to rot. Let us havo garbage carts a la real citios. Secret Society Tlpa. During the past month nine now camps o the P. O. S. of A. have beon chartered and instituted in this state. Up to date 511 somi-annual roports have beon rocoived at P. O. S. of A. State Camp headquarters, showing an incroaso in tho state of 3,617 mombors, and a total mem bership of 10,872, with CO camps to hear from. At the annual session of tho State Camp ol tho P. O. S. of A., T. II. Jackson, of Scrinton, will bo a candidato for tho office of State Inspector. Last week flfteon now councils of tho J r, O. U. A. M, wore instituted, tho largest weekly number Binco its organization, Efforts aro being mado to instituto o new council oi tho Jr. O. TJ. A. M. at St. Clair on America's Day, and tho indications are very favorable, Post No. 211, Q, A. R at Uulivar, West- moreland county, was mustered in last weok, and Post No. 402, Darlington, Beaver cunty, disbanded on Juno 30. Sent to Jail. Yostorday Constable Boland and special oilicor 1'halqn took Enoch Kegolos and Peter Saponis, two Polandors, to Pottsvillo jail for assaulting, with intent to kill, Fen ton Coonoy Sunday a week ago. They had boon at largo until Friday when thoy wero apprehended and taken before Squire Dailey, who sent them to jail in default of bail. Kegoles is an old offender and has been in jail before. Demands Attontion. Tho several accidents that have occurred in tho vicinity of the Emerlok street rail road crossing should occupy the attontion of both tho railroad officials and tho bor ough officers. In the majority of cases of such accidonU it is mainly tbo fault pedestrians, but the rate of speed at which trains enter this town is ontirely too fast and contrary to tho rate of speed Bpocllled by the borough ordinances. Tho engineers should be given a pointer in this respect. It dou't do to neglect natore's warning aches through the system, cause Hhcumu ttsm, Nturafgla and llackaclie. Try Ued Klag on, mo 1' unions i-uiu cure. cents ai ivir- Uu's drug store. Waters' Wolss beer w the best, John A 11 oilly solo agont, 5-5- MANYKILLED I AN EXCURSION TRI AN STRTJOK BY A FAST FREIGHT. THREE DEAD, SEVERAL IN.' .RED- Parle Exoursloniata Mangled In an Awful Railroad Wreck Ovor Twenty Thousand Peoplo at tho Scene of tho Accident. By National Press Association Dayton, O., July 27. Tho accident to the Cincinnati, Hamilton & D.iytou Rail road excursion train at Middletown caused the death outright of tho follow ing named persons, all of Dayton: Miss Lydia Freyer, aged 23 years. William Matthews, aged 13 years. Frank Simonor, aged 17 years. Four persons aro In a crltlcnl condition at St. Elizabeth Hospitnl, Joioph B. Cle- val, mechanical draughtsman, loft arm crushed oil at shoulder: Frank Patter son, aged 21, left arm amputated above tho elbow; Joseph II. Sweeverly, aged 23, of Pottsville, Pa., spinal Injury, and James Murphy, aged CO, terribly injured in small of tho back. llisi Mnrv Reese of Osboru, O., was badly Injured. Thoro are 17 moro with brulBCH and other slight injuries. It has been learned that alter lonvlng Woodsdale the oouplerH of Borne of tho cars became damoged and the train was delayed in order to patch this up. Again at Middletown the train was stopped to further repair tho damgo. There Is a curve lit Middletown which hides a train Btaudlng nt the depot from the view of a train approaching from the south. A flagman wim tent uncle to stop tho oncoming freight, which was moving at high ruto or speou anil was heavily loaded. The engineer of tho freight saw the flagman. He put on brakes, reversed his engine and apparently did all in his power to Btop his train, but the impetus wn too gro it, and a moment lator tho awful crash sounded. TWO TRAINS COLLIDE. Hath Wero I.onileil With People Ont For n Holiday. Paius, July 27. A terrible railway ac cident occurred during the day near tho village of St. Maude, In th Doi.aumeut of the Seine. Two excursion trains collided, owing to somo error on tho part of tho driver of ono of tho trains. Both wero loaded with peoplo out for a holiday. Tho coltislon was followed by a scone of frightful confusion. Three carrlnges wero entirely wrecked, and many persons wero crushed and in jured in tho ruins. About fifty wero rescueU more or less nun, nnu owing io the greatuesu of the confusion, tho ex tent of tho calamity is not kuown. l'lilm'ii Men Killed. Later advices show that of the sixty in- lured in the collision fiftoeu are dead, in eluding two childreu mangled beyond recognition. Most of tho bodies recovered aro with out legs, through tho seats being Jammed tosetber and cutting off the limb. Twenty thousand peoplo assomnica at the scene, including many rolativo of the Injured and dead. Tho scenes wore most heartrending as the victims were extricated. The driver and fireman of the second tralu wero burned nllve. The station master, on whoso oversight the blamo is now placed, has, it Is re ported, gone mad and disappeared, Later Thirty Undlci Ilreovei-ed. Paius. July 27. Thirty bodies havo been recovered from tho scone of tho St, Maude disaster, and the search continues. Flvn Itrporti'd Killed. Cincinnati. July 27. A brief bulletin from Gallon, Ohio, nays nnother roar col lision occurrod near thero, and that five people aro roported killod. WRECKED BY A COW. Au Unalnn Turned Completely Over on Its Side. Ciiattanoooa, Tenu., July 27. The suburban train ou the Chattanooga, Rome & Columbus Itallroad, which left heio 1-st oveuiug, met with n terrible ac cident boyond Mission Ridge, The engine was ahead of tho train, but running baokward when it struok a cow, which turned the engine completely ovor on its Hide. The fireninu, Lewis Potts, was buried beneath the engine. Engineer Thonfiis Burchell was Injured about the head ami shoulders. A wrecking train left here for tho scone, and it took several hours to clear the wreck. A Prominent Odd Fellow Arrested. AbBUliY Park, N. J., July 27. Freder ick Couley, a prominent ineroliant ol Farmiugdule, N. J., was arrested nt Ocean Grove on a charge of bogging on the beach. The odlcor brought Couley before Chief of Police Patterson, who in tfuntly icleasod htm. Couloy, who is Noble Grand ol the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Counsellor Junior of the Order of Americau Mechanics and olork of the Judiciary Committee of the Now Jersey House of Assembly, is very Indig nant and declares he will sue the Ocean Grove Gump Meeting Association for false arrest.' He belives that a fellow member of ouo of his lodges caused his arrest as a Joke. They Aro Splendid. Wa moan those Cheviot suits you can got at A. T. Jones' "Famous" Clothlpg store for f0.6O Advertise in the I1icram. THE SEASHORE. Pennsylvania Railroad's Doublo Lines to Atlantic City. Tho Pennsylvania Railroad's twin linos to Atlantic City tho West Jersey and Camdon nnd Atlantic Railroads now operated as a doublo track line, and famed far and wide as the Pennsylvania's Duublo Linos to tho Sea, havo long been known as tho old and reliablo route to Atlantic City. Tho Camden nud Atlantic Railroad was tho pionoor, and for a long tinio tho only route, to what has now beeomo ono of tho most popular and attractivo seaside citios of iho world. Many Phlladelphinus woll re member how in tho earlier years of tho first railroad thoy traveled slowly and in inforiorcars t Atlantic City, when ono or two trains a day more than sufficed to nc commodato the entiro volume of traffic, and many oi them may also recall tho III siiccess of the railroad venture, which was so pronounced, that at a meeting of tho di rectors tho proposition to take up tbo rails and sell thorn for scrap iron was gravely disuised. Wiser counsel prevallod, how over, and from this humblo origin sprung what is to day the most completo and best appointed systom of railway loading to any seaside resort in this country. The West Jersey and Atlantic from Nowfiold to Atlantio City was built and in augurated with conspicuous success undor Pennsylvania management, tho Camden and Atlantic was acquirod, and tho two lines consolidated into tho Pennsylvania's Doublo Lines to the Sea. These lines aro now operated with that skill and vigor for which tho Pennsylvania Railroad is cole bralod. Tho roadway of each Una is in ox collont condition. Laid with stool rails. stono b.illastod, fitted with that greatest of tuno-sayers tho track tank protectod by tho block-signal system, its physical con dition can only be compared to thoso bluo ribbon soctions of tbo main line track that attract the admiration of tho chance trav olor and provoke tho unstinted praiso of tho railway expert, t or tho completo equipment of this splen did road-bed tho trreat rnannrcBa nf thn Pennsylvania System aro frooly drawn upon. Tho choicest paseongor coaches, par lor cars constructed oxprossly for this ser vice, and stalwart hard coal burning locomotives, designated us tho Ponnsyl- "'- yUndnrd, aio proyldcd. Tho tpnnd of tueh trains on Such a road-bod is wnai ovor tbo managomont chooses to mako it, but in the ororciso of a wiso and conserva tive judgment the maximum of sovonty fivo minutes for tho run from city to sea has boon adopted. This is as fast as tho fastest trains in regular servico in lhia country or abroad, and is quick onough to meet the wishes of tho avorago travolor. Thoso trains spood down to tho sea ovor ono track and up on tho othor, with na obstruction, but with a clear cloun svteop of track always ahoad. Safoty is tho primo essence of this plan, and comfort Is assurod by reason of substantial equipment, a clean, woll ballasted, firmly established road-bod without dust, and locomotives without cin ders. These characteristics, briefly out lined, form the basis of tho wide and well earned popularity of this the first-class routo to Atlantio City. The high favor in which this routo is hold is by no moans local, but extends to all sections of the Hud where tho influonco of tho Pennsylvania Railroad is felt. A largo number of trains from tho south, oast, west, northwest, and southwest doliver thoir passengers in Philadelphia at varying: hours each day and all of them may find a, convenient connection at tho foot of Mar ket street (tho central seashoro station of Philadelphia) for prompt conveyance to Philadelphia's groat seaside suburb. iiy tho provision of thoso unsurpassod. facilities of travel, tho Pennsylvania Rail road Company has not only developed in greater measure than any othor agency this city by the soa, but has nationalized it. Large Funoral. Tbo funeral of William Shecklor, who was killod on tho Lehigh Valley railroad at Delauo on Friday morning last, t jolc placo yesterday. The luuoral was in ohargo at the Knights of tho Golden Eaglo, of which the deceased was a member. Interment was made at Tamanend in thepresonco or a large conuourje of people. The doceascd. was one of the oldest railroad men in the employ of the Lehigh Valley company. Buy Ktyttone Hour. Be careful that tho name Lumia So Co., Ashland, Pa., is printed on overy sack. 3-3-3taw Fruit Jars, Jelly Tumblers, PRESERVE CROCKS 1 qt, 2qt, 3qt, 4 qt. Brown Sugar, 4c. Wholo & Ground Spices GEAFS, No. I22 North Jardin Strnut